Next week will see the sixth and final week of programming of New York City Ballet’s six-week digital spring season.
On Friday 29 May, there will be a mixed programme of Justin Peck’s Easy, set to music by Leonard Bernstein, along with excerpts from six other ballets:
- Pam Tanowitz’ Bartók Ballet, her first work for NYCB, featuring Indiana Woodward in the 2019 world premiere performance
- Alexei Ratmansky’s Voices, his latest work for NYCB, featuring Lauren Lovette in the 2020 world premiere performance
- Gianna Reisen’s Composer’s Holiday, her first work for NYCB as the youngest choreographer commissioned in the company’s history, in the 2017 world premiere performance
- Kyle Abraham’s The Runaway, his first work for NYCB, featuring Taylor Stanley, who received a 2019 Bessie Award for this role
- Justin Peck’s The Times Are Racing, featuring Peck and Robert Fairchild in the 2017 world premiere performance
- Mauro Bigonzetti’s Oltremare, set to a commissioned score by Bruno Moretti
Details of other events can be found on the company’s website: www.nycballet.com/digitalspring.